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That’s three times as many as the June primary.
As part of the “Unstoppable Voters Project,” the Fletcher Street Riding Club will pass by several symbolic works of art.
Don’t fret — you still have options.
Health department volunteers will be on hand to help.
Get in line by 5 PM: Philadelphia expands satellite election office hours for ballot request deadline
Tuesday is the last day to apply to vote by mail, but voting centers will remain open through Nov. 3.
More than 90% of eligible residents have signed up to cast a ballot.
The new ad, to air on SNL and Comedy Central, avoids anti-Trump messaging.
Nursing homes must weigh coronavirus safety concerns with individuals’ voting rights.
Oct. 27 deadline to request a mail ballot approaches as officials push to spread info about satellite offices.
"Party at the Mailbox" debuted during the Baltimore primary, and the project made an impact.
The online tool relies on a system that's two decades old, and some of the wording is unclear.
Apparently it was dropped into the postal sorter backwards?
Ken Smukler’s appearance on a recent Zoom call with Philly political bosses turned heads.
Some employers are closing early, offering extra PTO hours, or banning meetings on Nov. 3.
Law enforcement officials said the theft last week appears to be a random crime, unrelated to the election.
Party leaders are backing Democrat Mike Doyle’s bid to oust GOP state Rep. Martina White.
A cheat sheet for what you need to know to cast your vote.
Ballot question: Should Philly constitutionally abolish ‘stop and frisk’ — and would it make a difference?
The charter amendment is largely symbolic.
Other, similar offices already exist in various places — but none at the level of the mayor’s cabinet.